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, but it hit us here in fox business. where to the mad dash to cap taxes? to cato institute senior fellow dan mitchell, on this swiss miss. >> i predict that the swiss people will reject this ref run referendum, in 2001 they imposed a cap on spending that served them well, this initiative, promoted by the left wing party, i think will go down in flames. why? because the swiss people know they are doing much better in terms of their economy be that the high tax countries like -- than the high tax countries like france, and greece and italy. when it comes time to vote, they will realize, don't ruin a good thing. neil: you would think. a lot of liberal are not great at math, realizing the big return you get from having a competitive economy, a lot of u.s. firms have congregated there and started opening up shop in switzerland, they don't want to chase that away. but some social democrats in switzerland say it is not worth. surely the swiss population must see that is screwy. >> this is why i predict this will be defeated. switzerland is the fourth freest economy in the world, they attract a lot
thanksgiving, we have been running these ads for 18 years. for us, it is a choice that we make for us and our company of 3000 employees. we think it is a national holiday and we want to give our employees time to be home and enjoy their day with their family and friends and loved ones and we want to make a national shopping day which many retailers are changing. >> certainly changing in a record number this year. do you feel that you will lose business as a result? >> that's a tough question to answer. i would think that there will be people shopping on thanksgiving. we hope that our loyal customers recognize that we are close and why we are closed and that there are plenty of times to shop on friday and we open at 6:00 o'clock with the best deals of the year on friday. we do not limit the quantity. so customers are welcome to shop shoppers exam until 11:00 p.m. on friday and there is no reason to do this on thanksgiving. neil: when you open up at 6:00 a.m. on a friday, people actually show up at 6:00 a.m.? >> it is funny. last year we were open out for an because the madness for everybody el
and and it used to drive the lateral government to a standstill. the way that they had a disastrous amount of sequestratn steps. >> no matter what. >> clearly the early read on both and is is that they do no do the harm that was feared. >> i hope that is right. is that i like it wasa joke, bu there's now a group of people saying that maybe the shutdown was good for the economy. >> they ot more dataetween august and september, the numbers were very solid. and i that continues, i think that what that would be a very good sign that the economy will recover. >> so so much for shutdown, what you say? >> well, you know, the impact, thesnumbers hold, these pacts will not be as negative as wat people anticipate. we have a major bed of this going here. then they say that that happen despite obama's. neil: i do want to get into that, get inside your head to understand what is iide what is going o. where is there a sense with republiccns untilthe emperor that he has no close. >> it's a big qustion. a little inflammatory. >> they were able to set their exchanges in a timely way. neil: let's lk about t
's that are next. wal-mart u.s. is here. i'm only here. thank you for coming, it's great to have you. >> thank you, it's great to be with you. speak you explain these promotions and who you target with those. >> i would be happy to. this is a great opportunity for us to talk about how proud we are of jobs and retail and today, for example, town halls and three cities across the country, we called them together to what amounts to a regular conversation that we have with our associates and each of them had applied and we brought them together and they found out that they had been promoting it. >> when you say that, you mean above of imposition and paid? >> position, responsibility and pay, about 40% of them in the first year, and you know, forecastle of working for them so much that we have 300,000 that have been with us more than 10 years and we are proud of our jobs and proud of our people and we want the opportunity to talk about that. >> a disproportionate number of those workers zealously volunteer. it doesn't get much coverage. so what is it doesn't get much coverage. so what is the draw for t
defined him in history and leaves us guessing in history. just ak a historian. rick, this happened after the fact, but let's go back who he was, and i think one thing that comes through loud and clear is not easily labeled, not a conservative but very pragmatic. >> and these are terms the change with ery generation. it is the one at was supposed to be in the early 1960s and jfk as a politician, of course, always one of these terms to be flexible. this includes jfk being a liberal in the classic mold. it has pretty much been debunked by historians if you look at his backing of the civi rights movement. he was kind of weak kneed the first couple of years and then offense finally pushed into it and he got more liberal on the issue. talking about his tax cut policy, which is what i think what you really want to talk about here is jfk who started out fairly conservative on tax cuts and he was not a conservative when it came to government policy. so it is a mixed bag. >> he did go after this industry and the irony, i will get into this with my day in san fran david asman, the message that he w
was a kid i used to prepare my parents were straight grates on myreport card so if they saw a couple of low-grade, they thought that i was being goofy. nestly they didn't harken my advice. thann u so much. the one switching gears here, in washington, the economic recovery being cut at the pass. it did not happen despite all of the doom andgloom. more indications of really good and and it used to drive the lateral government to a standstill. the way that they had a disastrous amount of sequestration steps. >> no matter what. >> clearly e early read on both and is is that they do no do the harm that was feared. >> i hope that right. is that i like it was a joke, but there's now a group of people saying that maybe the shutdown was good for the economy. >> they got more data between august and september, the numbers re very slid. anif that continues, i think that what that would be a very good sign that the economy will recover. >> so so much for shutdown, what you say? >> well, you know, the impact, ese numbers hold, these impacts will not be asnegative as what people anticipate. we have a ma
of us? tonight. "thwillis report." gerri: our top story tonight , outrage. voters take to the polls and did the never ending economic recovery the issues dominating the ballot boxes are taxes. we have grover norquist and john lonski, moody's chief economist. i have to think people are fed up, and it -- a greek just look at the inner-city high key marginal tax rates on icome, five and a thousand per year at four .4% we see the same thing in colorado and other places. will people put up with this? >> these are blue cities and states. colorado and a new york are voting with the income-tax bracket is possible in colorado that could be defeated although was started off with a lot of support teachers unions because it is $1 billion to go to them if they get the tax increase through. but over the last two years the states have been cutting income-tax rates north carolina, oklahoma, kansas carolina, oklahoma, kansas, across the country. tonit we will see of colorado wants to become california and if new york wants to become detroit. gerri: lked at colorado with amendment6 income tax is 4.6
that's it for tonight on "the willis report." thank you for joining us. have a good night and a great weekend. thank you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> we have had some problems with the website >> yes, we have had some problems to the situation has been dire. >> i understand why folks are frustrated. >> i'm not happy about that. >> we always knew that this would be harsh. >> enough is enough. neil: work with me and think quick. what do president obama and rob ford have in common? what if i told you that only one of them is already addressing the situation? welcome, i am neil cavuto. barack obama and rob ford could not look more different. the toronto mayor is not smooth and thin like barack obama, but they have serious crises on their hands. i hate to break it to the white house. the mayor seems to be acting more quickly, getting ahead and here is why. he says that he is now getting professional help for his drinking problem and the president just punted on his health care problem in the mayor realizes that he has to look like he's doing something now and the president has dropped t
thing, you are losing it. and you are losing us. here is what i'm offering you, a way out. but it will require something you have never done. but something your own health and human services offered, albeit half heartedly, personal responsibility for a mess, you can do this, tonight we'll show you how. i am neil cavuto, mr. president, i want to talk to you. this is your moment. i hate to break it to you, but you are blowing it. our personal approval rating just hit an all-time long, and publi angst at all-time high. you cannot afford doing this familiar act again and again. no time for wasting time, doing the same old thing time and gain, forget them, focus on you and your legacy. this is where it will hurt. you have to get tough now mr. president. you have to admit that now. you have to say this. maybe not in those words, but words close, that relay that you, sir, screwed this up. i could say, take a cue from your health and human services secretary, but that could be beneath you, see is beneath you, she works for you. you need to take a higher cue from someone who knows
to come, but it seem that he's trying to get us out of it and say, yeah, i smoke crack him i did this and i come i did a lot of stupid things. and then he might just get out of it. at the present not so much. >> not so much. his personal life is an unmitigated disaster and yes. the president obama, if he's not careful, he will have an unmitigated disaster because of obamacare in this rollout has been horrendous and obama has look like nothing but a bystander and i think he didn't know how he got to the place that he was. and he realizes this can really hurt and all he did is set back a year and it doesn't fix obamacare. and it could be his legacy is. neil: very good. thank you so much. and it may not even be legal. tim huelskamp will have more on that. it's one thing to try to put the genie back in the bottle. but it might be illegal to do so and that is what a lot of these insurance companies are going to go into. a lot of these states have been saying that they can't do what you want to do, mr. president. what do you say? >> the president said this is the law of t land. yesterd
thank you for joining us. if you cannot catch us live. tv are the show.ng here. that is addressed and thank you for being with us. we will see you tomorrow. ♪ ♪ neil: the election countdown is on. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto and a big midterm election year coming up. democrats and republicans better look out. a third party is getting ready and many states about time. >> you are just frustrated? >> guesstimates crazy. i don't think anyone fully identifies either party. they are taking the position that they have to be pure. neil: and ideological type of thing. >> exactly. i would love to see a third-party form. the parties don't have to be perfect. up up up up up up up up. neil: are you setting up a group? why not? >> well, it's not even so much . it has to be something that you think about. >> i have 10,000 things going on. there was unity 2008, other folks have approached me. i am more than willing to listen. >> what you think of those who who have initiated and been targeted by the erez? >> i don't look at these things. i'm not paranoid to say that what ihappening on
for not being responsible a producing a product that all of us could beroud of. >> i am accountable t this committee and the american public for getting the fix in place. neil: sebelius, you just can't be serious. >> her is what made today interesting, indication that administration and others pushing it knew it would be in trouble. an went full throttle with it sthe same, welcome i'm neil cavuto. she may take the blame. bust that kathleen sebelius saw coming, butacke saw coming as well. wh were they thinking? to louisiana republican senator, david vitter still trying to figure that out and more. i was not encouraged. were you? >> no, a lot of promises but nothinghanged in terms of reality. you have leading democratic senators like max baucus going after her, this iserious. it should be. this rollut this product is a bust. neil: have any of your colleagues gone to say, particularly the democtic ones, all right, you are the reason, you have to go? several republicans incding me have said that, i don't think any democrats have said. but you are seeing some khinks in thagin the armor. ne
that we continue to borrow and spend more money than what we have is truly the biggest issue facing us. >> make no bones about it, i'm a i am a hawk, but what does that mean? we are going to drop bombs and military intervention and i think because of our military interventions we have hundreds of millions of enemies to this country. >> that is a mistake. neil: i believe that this is so. are you running against him? >> i get to speak on these issues and the differences between those being described as conservative libertarians in this includes marriage equality and women's right tochoose. i think the dominoes have fallen. >> that is not a 20-foot wall if they want to build an 80-foot wall, there will be an intricate tunnel there. >> governor, it's always a pleasure. and this includes whatever your views are. keeping you ahead of the curve. >> you would think that things could not get worse for the white house. that but that is exactly what they are hoping for. we will explain in a this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "fumbling around with rotating catego
this and say, okay, we want to refute us. >> welcome i think it would be great if we could see some bipartisan collaboration. and i hope that we can find a way through it. at the end o the day we have millions of cancellation notices and the people are worried and we need to get access to care. neil: thank you so much. meanwhile, we have a stunning admission. >> chronically the federal programs are over budget and behind schedule and, you know, we might have done more to make sure that we are breaking the mold and how we are going to set this up. but that doesn't help us now. we want it does not help us. something that a lot of people, even those who love government would've argued back then, but it's not great. it i.t., coordinating stuff, it probab would've been nice to know at the time that the president had had a serious concern is all about what all this is coming into being. time to get real. so now the very government that the president questions, getting this off the ground smoothly is now in charge of correcting this and his very words today did not offer much encouragement. >> i thin
, the president told us it never would. i said these things happen, president said it's too late to change it. that is not true, we business people know, if we screwed up, stop whaa you are doing. i have don that many tim. neil: you are a very successful businessman, i'm sure you had product launches that do not workut or pul a product. >> a multimillion dollar one just happened, i stopped it, i pulled it. it was not good enough, i ate whatever losses i had to go oord. neil: what was the product? >> a new hair care product. neil: plaid, people not in the plaid. >> a couple of shades that would not work. it cost me millions. neil: what point did you know, wait a minute? >> we were ready to launch, i said is it perfect, they said we have a couple of questions on a couple of shades. >> how involved are you with your business, even now it is huge success. you are aware of details. people could say, john or mr. chairman or mr. ceo this is not working out. >> correct. neil: i don' know if tha happened with t president. >> up until the end i thought we it h until we knew it was not going to be done.
was doing to get us through the the great depressi depression. he certainly did follow through on them. he would modify them, or strength ep them. i believe that president obama will be following new on this law. neil: i think it is too late, i do, i just think that you can't put this jeannie back in the sir syringe, i think this is a mess, an administrative mess, its like putting lipstick on that pro verbial pig. >> i don't think we are near that point 92 why? >> i think your experience here in massachusets you can make adjustment and make them work well. but, it will require people coming together in a we we've not seen so far in washington. neil: they are not coming together, the difference with your fine straight and nationally a lot of folk are angry, they are dumped from their policies to exchanges, they are different from what they had, a year from now when the companies have to decide whether to keep or dump tens of millions more will experience losing whatever they hav now. they might switch to something better, but what they get used to,eople are creatures of comfort they will lo
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many of us find that we can't. the entertaining run for governor again to bring home the point. but that is something we will get to. is it. it is trust, is in this? >> trust, doing the right thing. it is balancing summer, getting health benefits for those that cannot afford it with the harm that you are doing to the middle-class right now. providing all of these lakes uses. which brings up something very important. does that mean we will get anher surprise? all of a sudden we will find out that the business policies don't have the proper obama coverage. neil: a lot of them would have to either force their employees to bailout more or jump them. >> encouraging employers to drop their plans and force all of these people. >> that happens right after the midterm elections. >> it is on thing to deceive and lied to the people. it is another thing the press to buy into it and allow it to happen. that is overseeing right now which is what is most disgusting about this. neil: you don't even lik what you have seen out of republicans. >> no. i just see a failure. and look. he was solid o
. the arctic air is coming in behind us, not only with this upcoming weekend, but right on into much of december come you're going to find that it's very cold not like last december. there's a lot of implication as to what is actually going on with the overall weather pattern. and thanksgiving, we are going to be stuck with a lot of nasty weather before him. neil: you mentioned that this could be part of a pretty it pretty frigid holiday season. is that normally the case? >> that's interesting because if you change the weather pattern around thanksgiving or around the time of the winter solstice, it loves to lock-in and i have been advising my clients that there are some similarities to what we saw happen christmas week of december of 1983. a lot of people don't remember that. i take a look at things like that and severe cold got into the center of the country and then just oveewhelm the entire weather pattern and that is still, let's say, 11 to 20 days away. before that we may et a for a five day break in their next week where temperatures come back down to normal and then the arct
, is not as if there are russian republicans but that uses this as an opportunity for republicans, but as you know, republicans have a habit of grabbing defeat from the jaws of victory. so what now? >> absolutely. you know, two of the things that young people value the most is and authenticity. the president has shown neither. he has not helped anyone -- held anyone in his administration accountable for the mistakes that were made, and in terms of authenticity, when he said that you -- if you like your plan you can keep it, that was not true. this is a time for republicans to shine, and we need to do is to look for positive ideas for abt how we will fix the current situation. neil: well put. thank you. you give me hope for the next generation. all right. you don't have to be young and restless and know that this health care law already cost -- costly and getting reckless be taken from a doctor who has had it. guess what. he started suing. he spent a lot of money and time just getting ready for the laws debut. the government up andays it. the doctors did a good deal of money, as i said, just getting ready. what
are right,i told myself supporters that don't believe these polls. internal polls never showed us out of plus or minus 2. we knew we would either win or lose in that area, we came in that area. i think this, i think with northern virginia vote as your people have been saying here,. neil: do you think that healthcare starts dominating, and maybe that robbed cuccinelli of chances early we the shut down but after the shut down was concluded high has been making up for lost time. >> it is you, you right. i think two things, cuccinelli was never able to capitalize on delivering a reason for women to turn out, and speak for him rather than against him. and on the other hand, the shut down, though originally blaming republicans, hurt him. but the obamacare's fallout in particular in other areas in vergvirginia, it didn't help mcauliffe, to the extent you had to explain it, it does not help the ticket. the other thing i point out to you, i would not be surprised if -- even though the lieutenant governor's race may be going the other way. cuccinelli is running a stronger race than some would h
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either way it is bd and the way he knew and didn't tell us or he didn't know and the thing would be the legacy for his and he certainly should. in eithecase, i think that is a huge indictment on this admistration to put people ahead of the politics. neil: regardless of your own intentions are looking at reelection next year, senators, congressmen, maybe they'll limitation of that, you need the executive experience of the governor in that ffice. >> yes, when i was asked about it, i said without a doubt it would be the current or former governor and if i could magically do that, i put two governors on the tiket. particularly replicans will go up against hillary clinton. >> would chris christie be her running mate? >> i think there's pretty good options out there right now, as well as a couple of former governors, people thought it was a little unconventional, but it kind of symbolized that it was time to turn it over to the next generation and we had two younger candidates that was very appealing. neil: one was a governor and one was a senator. >> welcome i think the narrative is g
that something this importance was used as a political football. neil: in broader sense, do you think this will make american voters, more anxious about big government initiatives going forward? but that in future, giving americans pause about big government, and maybe about government period. neil: you look at, this is taken opponent care, and healthy -- obamacare, and health care, moved it from a philosophical issue to a product call issue. as kelly said. you look at costs spirally out of control, people getting cut out of coverage. you see, people shut out by the system, backlash that will create into 2014, i think to echo who kelly ann said you will see this election more about big government, and more about liberalism and radical agenda of obama administration than 2010, they stumbled into something. what occurred with healthcare.gov site was so late in the election it may pull cuccinelli one a couple of points, not get him over the top. he was down, but now back to single digits, what it is going to do is cause people to take a step back, say i thought it was a good idea but now
its thing for us to sort out this mess. here is the problem with delay, sometimes all they push back is the inevitable. tonight health care expert tell it unless they can get more people to sign up and fast, you might as well stick a syringe in this right now, david cutler is not saying that in so many words but when the man they call architect of obamacare said this could be in the beginning of a date spiral that tells you a little what you need to know. top ha harvard professor, top health care advisor joining me now. what did you fear? >> we need to avoid a situation where unhealthy people are in one pool, and healthy in another, that works parly for -- poorly for people, one goal of the healthcare reform, to make sure that everyone is in one group like they are with big employers, so when they go to shop there is no issue but what they will be eligible for that is the goal. what the web site problem is doing, making it hard to do it right away, we suspect, although nobody knows for sure that people who are signing up for the exchanges are those less healthy than average, and thos
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